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Omphaloskepsis

Orangels have bellybuttons. That’s why they’re called “navel”. For the Greeks, Delphi was the center of the universe. To make it easily identifiable, Zeus place a geodetic mark there– a stone known as an omphalos. “Omphalos” in Greek means “navel”. … Continue reading

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En plein air, Paris 1875

Have you ever tried climbing the stairs of Montmartre wearing a long skirt? It’s so very stressful dragging meters and meters of fabric around wherever I go. For years I believed that skirts had no aesthetic merit as they impaired … Continue reading

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Janan’s Handkerchief

  (to be continued…from STORYBOOK ©… The Catalogue) -30-

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Embroidered Pillowcase from Procrustes’ Bed

(to be continued…from STORYBOOK © The Catalogue) -30-

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Suzanne Valadon’s Doll

Today is my blog’s 17th birthday! (to be continued…from STORYBOOK ©  The Catalogue) -30-  

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